Rock Hudson, Doris Day Will Chase the Winter Blues Away

Hi there, guys and dolls! Almost everyone everywhere is telling yours truly how the winter blahs are getting them down. Well, never fear, raves n faves Thursday is here! I’ve got a fantastic triple bill suggestion for you to hunker down and make that cold, wet blanket old man winter disappear out of your mind for a little while. Why, just clicking on the title or image to see the trailer happies things up. You’re welcome!

Party lines have never been so much fun!

PILLOW TALK – This delightful comedy sparkles as bickering neighbors discover the joys of the party line. Now isn’t that a fun way to fall in love? Thelma Ritter and Tony Randall round out the movie portraying the great character actors they were. Ah, the good old days…

Let’s have a little clever naughty on the side..

LOVER COME BACK – Oh my! Enter the world of Mad Men advertising full of sex and Vip! This zippy little firecracker of a movie’s bound to have you laughing and curling up your toes in funny, good humored flirtation and delightful innuendo! Big business, science, suggestion and merry mayhem prevails in this great flick!

Oh, those pesky little misunderstandings…

SEND ME NO FLOWERS – Another fun little gem of a movie. Tony Randall needs a special mention; in all of these he is so much fun as their third musketeer in the screen couple’s delightful entanglements. As always, the misunderstandings get a thorough workout and all’s right in the world in the end. Long live romance!

Time to go, I can smell the buttered popcorn from here. Happy movie day, everyone!

Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more posts. And don’t forget to give my Poppy Cove Mysteries a try if you haven’t already. 

Toodles, Barbara Jean

About Barbara Jean Coast

Barbara Jean Coast is the pen name of authors Andrea Taylor and Heather Shkuratoff. She is currently hard at work telling the cozy tales of the fictional town of Santa Lucia, loosely based on Santa Barbara in the late 50's, early 60's, known as The Poppy Cove Mysteries.
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